What does Azaria mean?
Azaria [azaria] as a girls' name (also used less widely as boys' name Azaria) is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Azaria is "helped by God". From the male biblical name Azariah. Used occasionally in England from the 17th century, probably in honor of the biblical prophet who recalled King Asa to a proper observance of religion. The name is borne by a number of minor male characters in the Bible. The -a ending makes it suitable for a girl's name in the modern English-speaking world.
Azaria▲ has 1 variant: Azariah▲.
Related girl name: Azalia.
Azaria has 1 masculine form: Azariah.Creative forms:
(female) Araria, Asaria, ..
(male) Azami, Azary, .. Middle name pairings:
Azaria Flora (A.F.), ..
How popular is Azaria?
Azaria is an uncommonly occurring first name for women. Azaria is an equally uncommon last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Shown below is the birth name history of Azaria for girls. Azaria was first listed in 1998 and reached its top rank of #873 in the U.S. in the year 2012, and is presently at #938. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Which version is better?with its variant form and related girl names. Azariah (#849 in 2015) is the only other popular alternative form of Azaria (#938 in 2015) listed in the Top 2000. These relations of Azaria were popular with parents in 2015 (median #893). Azaria is a perennial favorite, though Azariah is now the preferred form.
Azaria▲ is alike in pronunciation to Aesara, Azora, Azzura, Azzurra and Ozara. Other recommended names are Acacia, Acadia, Adalia, Adara, Adoria, Adria, Aegeria, Agacia, Agafia, Akira, Akyra, Alagria, Alaia▲, Alarica, Amadia, Amaia, Amalia▲, Amara▲, Amari▲, Amariah, Amaris▲, Amarit, Amarra, Analia▼, Andria, Aphria, Aria▲, Arria, Ashra, Astria, Atalia, Atara, Audria, Auria, Avania, Avaril, Azalea▲, Azaleia, Azania, Azelia, Azhar, Azia, Azor, Azra, Azura, Azure, Azuree, Cearia, Czarina, Daria, Ilaria, Maria▼, Saria and Zaria. These names tend to be more frequently used than Azaria.See names in meaning and etymology.